Disclaimer: The materials provided below are informational and should not be relied upon as legal advice.
If you inspected the property before you rented and noticed the Jacuzzi was not functioning, you cannot argue you relied on the advertisement statement when you entered the lease. You need to read your lease agreement very carefully. If the lease does not provide you access to Jacuzzi, and the lease has an "integration clause," it would not matter what the landlord said to you before you signed the lease. On the other hand if the lease explicitly provides you the right to use a Jacuzzi, and you have not had access, and the access to Jacuzzi was a material inducement for you to enter the lease, you can argue for an adjustment to rent due. You should consult your own attorney to protect your legal rights.